Hey Hubbers! I've been trying to get my Google AdSense to work, but they've rejected my attempt to create the account on the grounds of "insufficient" content. I am new to HubPages, but I have posted several hubs and plan to post quite a few more. At what point does it become sufficient content?
Thanks for your advice!
The general consensus these days seems to be 10 hubs for acceptance into the Google Adsense program.
Of course, you could just start a (Google-owned) Blogger blog, and apply from within, after shoving up a few posts. Guaranteed to be accepted so long as your posts are with their TOS.
Then link the account here..
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